You must have at least a 2.00 grade point average in all your computer science classes to graduate with a degree in information technology. Your courses must include:

  • CSC-105, 121, and 122
  • CSC-475 or 502,
  • MTH-141 or 150,
  • at least two more courses numbered 200 or greater with at least one of the courses numbered 300 or greater, and
  • at least three other courses numbered 200 or greater in a cognate discipline with at least one course numbered 300 or greater.

The cognate discipline may include any courses leading to an award of a major in another field of study. The capstone (CSC-475 or 502) will serve to integrate the experiences. Specific cognate courses comprising a consistent theme for the IT major will be identified when you declare your intent to pursue a major.

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